More bulging capacitors, the video card version

Subject: General Tech | November 2, 2005 - 11:54 AM |
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I really hope that this is a one time problem that The Inquirer had the bad luck to run into, but checking your video cards capacitors might well be a good idea.

"The symptoms included corrupted graphics, and then repeated rebooting of the GPU, sometimes up to

once a minute, it was really odd. So, if you have problems like this, check the caps on your

cards, and let us know if you see any. A quick Google search did not turn up any glaring

examples."


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  • Source: The Inquirer